We're Getting Mutants in the MCU - The Loop
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Richard Epcar (1955 - )
- Armour of God II: Operation Condor (1991) [Mark / Adolf's Guard 3]: Killed in an explosion inside of a bunker (along with Aldo Sambrell and the rest of Aldo's guards) after Carol Cheng and Eva Cobo accidentally activate the bunker's self-destruct sequence. (Richard overdubbed Vincent Lyn in the English-language version of the film; he does not physically appear.)
- Dragon Ball: The Secret of the Dragon Balls (1989; anime) [Pterodactyl]: Neck broken with the Power Pole by Goku (Barbara Goodson) while in mid-flight, causing it to fall to its death.
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993)
- Macross Plus: It's Time to End This (1995; anime) [Guld Goa Bowman]: Crashes into the Ghost Fighter to give Isamu Alva Dyson (Bryan Cranston) time to disable the SDF-1 Macross, controlled by Sharon Apple (Melora Harte).
- Power Rangers Zeo (1996)
- Power Rangers Turbo (1997)
- Power Rangers Lost Galaxy: Escape the Lost Galaxy (1999) [Barbarax]: Destroyed inside of Captain Mutiny's (Mike Reynolds) ship by the Scorpion Stinger.
- Digimon Adventure: Wizardmon's Gift (2000; anime) [Myotismon]: Disintegrates into nothingness after getting struck by Angewomon's (Edie Murman) Celestial Arrow. He was later brought back to life in the next episode (Prophecy) as VenomMyotismon.
- Digimon Adventure: The Battle for Earth (2000; anime) [VenomMyotismon]: Disintegrates into bits of data after getting hit by WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon's attacks. He later came back to life in the second season as MaloMyotismon.
- Digimon Adventure: Ogremon's Honor (2000; anime) [MetalEtemon]: Disintegrates into bits of data after SaberLeomon (Paul St. Peter) rams his claw through the crack in the chest caused by Zudomon's (Michael Sorich) Vulcan's Hammer which he used as a boomerang.
- Digimon Adventure 02: A Million Points of Light (2001; anime) [MaloMyotismon]: Body disintegrates into a form of darkness and later exploded into nothingness after Imperialdramon (co-voiced by Derek Stephen Prince and George C. Cole) fired his Giga Crusher firearm at him.
- Digimon Tamers: Back to Nature, Back to Battle (2001; anime) [Sinduramon]: Electrocuted to death after his electrified body falls into the water.
- Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory: With Shining Blue Fire (2002; anime) [Kelly Layzner]: Killed in the explosion of the Val Varo mobile armor after the Gundam GP-01 piloted by Kou Uraki (Paul Stephen) impales the mobile armor with the Gundam's beam saber, despite Kou's pleas for Kelly to eject from the mobile armor.
- Digimon Frontier: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Beetlemon (2002; anime) [Snimon]
- Cyborg Soldier 009: When You Wish Upon A Shooting Star (2004; anime) [Black Ghost]: Blasted by the brains of the original Black Ghost founders (Jamieson Price, Mari Devon and Barbara Goodson) for his recklessness in fighting Joe Shimamura/009 (Joshua Seth).
- Digimon Data Squad: Kurata's Revenge! (2008; anime) [Merukimon]
- Ghost Slayers Ayashi - Ayashi Divine Comedy: The River of Wailing (2011; anime) [Mr. Mizawa]: Killed by Saizo (Stephanie Sheh) when he gets slashed across the chest.
- Mobile Suit Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans: Glorious Demise (2016; anime) [Haeda Gunnel]: Shot dead by Mikazuki (Kyle McCarley).
- Hunter × Hunter: Explosion × Of × Deception (2016; anime) [Goz]: Stabbed with needles all over his body by Gittarackur (Chris Hackney) while trying to challenge Hisoka (Keith Silverstein).
- JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - DIO's World, Part '2 (2018; anime) [Joseph Joestar]: Stabbed in the neck by Dio (Patrick Seitz) with a knife. Was later revived.
Video Game Deaths
- Mortal Kombat (2011) [Raiden]: Killed at the end of a fight with Bob Carter when he strikes him with his sledgehammer, right after Richard sends a message to his past self to defeat Bob and survives in the new altered timeline.
- Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013) [The Joker]: Playing two versions of the character, "Injustice Joker" is vengefully killed by Superman (George Newbern) for manipulating him into killing Lois Lane and his unborn child prior to the events of the video game. "Prime Joker" survives the game.
- Mortal Kombat 11 (2019) [Raiden]: "Present day Raiden" ceases to exist when Jennifer Hale begins to rewrite history. A younger "Raiden" from an alternate timeline survives the game.
Mr. Ellyn Stern